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Daring To Believe

As a kid (and as an avid tennis player and supporter) I used to feel a sense of loss on the second Monday of July every year -- the day I would wake up and realize Wimbledon was over and I would have to wait another year before it returned. This morning I felt that way again, only this time the wait is for four years. The Paralympic Games are over. Now before I go further, let's be clear: I am in no way an expert on any of the sports, on any of the Paralympians, or on Brazil.
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